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|Project Q featured in article on quantum technologies and international relations published in Foreign Affairs|
Project Q led by Professor James Der Derian was recently featured in an article that explores the effects and implications of new quantum technologies on intenrationa relations, which was published on Foreign Affairs. Click to read the article.
|An interview with James Der Derian on E-International Relations|
CISS Director, James Der Derian spoke with E-International Relations (E-IR) about his research in quantum and security studies, and discussed the current state of international relations. Click to read the full interview.
|Adam Kamradt-Scott to present a keynote speech at the Safe Cities Conference|
Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott will present a keynote speech on 'Multisectoral planning for making Healthy Cities' at the upcoming Safe Cities Conference in Melbourne this August.
|Fifteen nations placed on genocide watchlist|
CISS Associate, Associate Professor Ben Goldsmith has urged 'intensive monitoring' of nations facing significant risk of genocide, as part of the University of Sydney's Atrocity Forecasting Project of which he is chief investigator.
|South China Sea Ruling: What's Next for China?|
CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais was recently featured on Bloomberg to discuss the recent South China Sea ruling and the next steps for China and the Philippines in resolving the issue. Watch the video here.
|Averting US-China conflict in the Asia-Pacific: a review article by Jingdong Yuan|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan's review article on US-China relations in the Asia-Pacific was recently published in the Chatham House flagship journal International Affairs. Click to read the review article.
|Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney speaks to James Der Derian|
On the occasion of the the Australian premiere of 'Zero Days' at the 2016 Sydney Film Festival, the Centre for International Security Studies presents this special podcast of a conversation between CISS Director James Der Derian and the award-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney, recorded shortly after the remarkable trifecta screenings at the 2015 Sydney Film Festival of Gibney's 'Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief'; 'Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown'; and 'Steve Job: The Man in the Machine.'
|Violence and the Contradictory Coexistence of Peace and Conflict in the Asia Pacific Region|
CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais wrote a piece for the Middle East Institute introducing the current crisis in the South China Sea and reflecting on the 1956 Suez Crisis. The article criticises the strategies used by leading states to become the "dominant identity" by provoking violence in seemingly non-violent environments for one purpose only: maintaining hegemony.
|Dr. Christopher Neff comments on the Orlando shooting on Australian media|
CISS Associate, Dr. Christopher Neff has commented on the recent Orlando shooting on ABC's program The Drum and The Canberra Times.
|Christopher Neff discusses queer politics and the American General Election on ABC's Planet America|
CISS Associate, Dr. Christopher Neff recently joined the panel on ABC's television show Planet America to discuss the American presidential race, and queer politics.
|The quest for quantum on Future Tense|
CISS Director James Der Derian recently featured on ABC Radio's Future Tense to discuss the implications of quantum computing on peace and security.
|Pitfalls lie ahead as Myanmar advances along its democratic road|
CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais, who just returned from Myanmar on a UN conflict resolution mission, wrote an article for Asian Currents, the journal of the Asian Studies Association of Australia on the challenges faced by Myanmar's new government to curb the country's systemic violence. Click to read.
|How Duterte won the election on Facebook|
CISS Associate, Dr. Aim Sinpeng recently contributed to the New Mandala blog on the recent presidential election in the Philippines focusing on the impact of Duterte's social media campaign. Click to read.
|When less was more: external assistance and the political settlement in Somaliland|
Dr. Sarah Phillips's latest journal article on Somaliland's dependence for western statebuilding interventions in post-conflict situations has just been published on International Affairs via Open Access. Click to read.
|Where does Taiwan stand on the South China Sea?|
CISS Research Intern Jiye Kim recently wrote an op-ed article on the newly elected Taiwanese president's South China Sea policy. Click to read.
|Yemen - looking beyond counterterrorism|
Dr. Sarah Phillips' evidence on the crisis in Yemen was recently submitted to the International Development Committee for a parliamentary enquiry in the UK. The report was published this week, which includes aforementioned evidence and research. Click to read.
|A/Professor Jingdong Yuan to visit the National University of Singapore as Senior Visiting Research Fellow|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan has been appointed a Senior Visiting Research Fellow with the East Asian Institute at the National University of Singapore.
|CISS Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais newly appointed with the Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asian Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC|
Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais has recently been appointed as a Senior Associate (Non-resident), Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asian Studies, at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Washington DC, U.S.
|ARC's Future Fellowship Awarded to Associate Professor Benjamin Goldsmith|
“Global Challenges, Reluctant Publics? The Role of Public Opinion in International Cooperation on Crucial Global Issues.”
|Somaliland: Where sovereignty means something|
CISS Senior Lecturer Sarah Phillips, who is currently conducting research in Somaliland, has written a short piece from the field for The Interpreter
|CISS Dr Sarah Phillips awarded prestigious Australian research grants|
CISS Senior Lecturer, Dr Sarah Phillips, has been awarded two prestigious grants by the Australian Research Council (ARC) for research beginning in 2013.
|Dr Sarah Phillips conducts scoping study in Somaliland|
Dr. Sarah Phillips, Senior Lecturer at the Centre for International Security Studies, recently returned from Somaliland, a self-declared though unrecognized state in north Somalia.